The Agonist - Lullabies For The Dormant Mind


8 | 171 votes |
Release date: 10 March 2009
Style: Metalcore, Melodic death metal

Owners:

181 have it
11 want it


01. The Tempest (The Siren's Song; The Banshee's Cry)
02. ...And Their Eulogies Sang Me To Sleep
03. Thank You, Pain
04. Birds Elope With The Sun
05. Waiting Out The Winter
06. Martyr Art
07. Globus Hystericus
08. Swan Lake, Op. 20 - Scene, Act 2, #10 - Tchaikovsky (A Cappella)
09. The Sentient
10. When The Bough Breaks
11. Chlorpromazine

Line-up
Alissa White-Gluz - vocals
Danny Marino - guitar
Simon McKay - drums, all instruments (track 5)
Chris Kells - bass, backing vocals

Additonal musicians:
Melina Soochan - additional instruments
Youri Raymond - vocals
Avi Ladmer - violin

Additional info
Produced by Christian Donaldson.

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Comments

Comments: 9   Visited by: 366 users
03.05.2010 - 10:26
Rating: 7
bozqale
Nice job!
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03.05.2010 - 11:52
Kennoth
I like their first album better, shows more musical diversity. This one has also some nice songs though.
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*insert something deep and profound*
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24.06.2010 - 16:59
nanaokami
I like both of their albums, both albums have great songs
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10.01.2011 - 13:18
Rating: 8
Doc Godin
Obnoxious
This one took a while to grow on me. I liked it from the beginning, but never really had any attachments to it before I gave it another spin today. Definitely an interesting band.
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"I got a lot of really good ideas, problem is, most of them suck."
- George Carlin
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10.01.2011 - 17:21
Rating: 8
Ag Fox
Angel No More
Written by Doc Godin on 10.01.2011 at 13:18

This one took a while to grow on me. I liked it from the beginning, but never really had any attachments to it before I gave it another spin today. Definitely an interesting band.
oh yeah, this one is pretty good. It's hard to do the good cop bad cop thing without being cheesy, but I think they've pulled it off quite well
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loves 小巫
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10.01.2011 - 22:09
Rating: 8
Doc Godin
Obnoxious
Written by Ag Fox on 10.01.2011 at 17:21

Written by Doc Godin on 10.01.2011 at 13:18

This one took a while to grow on me. I liked it from the beginning, but never really had any attachments to it before I gave it another spin today. Definitely an interesting band.
oh yeah, this one is pretty good. It's hard to do the good cop bad cop thing without being cheesy, but I think they've pulled it off quite well

I think it's because they found a good balance. It's a melodeath album for the most part, and they only throw in the clean vocals where they work really well. Most good cop/bad cop vocal bands focus too much on clean vocals then try and crowbar in the harsh ones.
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"I got a lot of really good ideas, problem is, most of them suck."
- George Carlin
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29.04.2012 - 23:16
Rating: 8
musicalkaratekid
First of all, the musicianship and songwriting on this album is obviously a huge step up from the monotonous nature of the band's debut. A lot of the classical influences used here are to great effect, and even though 'Swan Lake (A Capella)' doesn't stay interesting for long enough, it still does a good job for a modern version of the legendary tune. Gluz's vocals, although sometimes too weak for the overbearing intensity of the music itself (both harsh and clean), still display a great amount of brutality and melody, reflected strongly (and much in the same way, nonetheless) by the cleverly written vocals. This album is generally a fantastic one, though not without its minor flaws. Roll on the band's next album this year!
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14.03.2013 - 01:06
BlackHalo83
They have improved much better than the last album. I love it
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07.01.2014 - 19:34
Rating: 6
BloodJuNkie
The Warchief
Written by Alex F on 01.03.2012 at 17:20

Allisa Gluz>Angela Gossow


Why not both?
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